France, Maria de Medici 1573-1642. Coronation copper medal (jeton) 1610 AD
France, Louis XIV, 1643-1715. Bronze medal 1660, Pax Ad Pirenaeos
France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Fancy medal, the Code Napoleon (cast), 1804
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France, Maria de Medici 1573-1642. Coronation copper medal (jeton) 1610 AD, Copper 24 mm, weight 4,48 g., Condition VF, nice patina
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France. Marriage medal, O. Roty 1895. SEMPER (always), 41 mm silver, signed Argent on the rim, weight 31.37 g.,condition XF, nice patina. On the obverse a seated woman and a kneeling man. On the reverse an antique fountain under an oak tree and engraved initials of the lovers and the date August 9, 1899. A wonderful wedding medal in the Art Nouveau style, a great classic from Oscar Roty.
Romania, Socialist Republic. Medal from the International Philatelic Exhibition, 1989, bronze 48 mm, weight 73,37 g., Condition UNC
France, Louis XIV le Roi Soleil (The Sun King), 1643-1715. Bronze medal 1660, Pax Ad Pirenaeos, commemorating the meeting of Kings Louis XIV and Philip IV on the Isle of Pheasants at June 7 1660. The monarchs then signed the Treaty of the Pyrenees ending the Thirty Years' War, during this meeting, the marriage of Louis XIV to Philip IV's daughter , Marie-Thérèse of Austria, was also recorded, by J. Mauger, Bronze 40 mm, weight 39,10 g., Condition XF+, nice brown patina with luster.
Germany, Hanover. Porcelain medal 250 years of German Porcelain, Hannover Industry Fair 1959, porcelain 33 mm, weight 7,25 g., Condition XF
Belgium. Bronze medal 1851, commemorating Minister of Finance Hubert Frère-Orban, by Adolphe Christian Jouvenel, title on front: FRÈRE - ORBAN, MINISTRE DES FINANCES, inscription on the reverse: ÉTABLISSEMENT / DE L' ÉQUILIBRE DANS LES FINANCES / DE L' ÉTAT. / LOI SUR LES TRAVAUX PUBLICS. / CRÉATION / DE LA BANQUE NATIONALE. / ORGANIZATION / DU SERVICE DU CAISSIER DE L' ETAT. / INSTITUTION / DE LA CAISSE GÉNÉRALE / DE RETRAITE. / CRÉDIT FONCIER. /, Bronze 50,00 mm, weight 49,43 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful brown patina with luster.
Hubert Joseph Walthère Frère-Orban (Liège 1812 - Brussels 1896) was a legal scholar and liberal politician closely involved in the start-up of the young Belgian state. He served successively as minister of public works and minister of finance. In 1851, he was honoured with this medal of honour for his many achievements, listed on the reverse.
Belgie / Poland. Bronze medal 183, minted by the Belgians on the third anniversary of the November Revolutions
Belgie / Poland. Bronze medal 183, minted by the Belgians on the third anniversary of the November Revolutions, Obv.: Two clasped hands coming out of the clouds, against the background of the anchor, Rev.: The inscription in four lines : LES BELGES AUX POLONAIS XXIX NOVEMBRE MDCCCXXXIII, H-Cz. 3834 R4 (only in Silver), Racz.-, Bronze 27 mm, weight 10,35 g., Condition aUNC/XF+, nice brown patina
France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Bronze medal commemorating the seizure of Hamburg, 1806, Denon, Bramsen 549, Bronze 40 mm, weight 39,57 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful brown patina with luster.
In 1806 the city was captured by Napoleonic troops. In 1811 Hamburg was formally incorporated into France and designated as the capital of the Bouches-de-l'Elbe department. These events, on the one hand, contributed to the democratic transformation, on the other hand, temporarily impeded the development of the city. became a free city. On May 29, 1814, Hamburg was liberated from the French occupation, which had lasted since 1806, and once again became a free city. A day later, on May 30, the Peace of Paris was concluded between France and the countries of the Sixth Anti-French Coalition. France's borders were restored to their 1792 state (source: wikipedia).
Russia, USSR. Medallion commemorating the monument to Peter I the Great in St. Petersburg, engraver Alexander Vasilievich Kozlov, synthetic material, diameter 17,4 cm, weight 360 g., Condition UNC, large and impressive medallion ready for hanging
Germany, Weimar Republic, Nuremberg 1921 Satirical Medal, Silver plated Brass 37,0 mm, weight 19,64 g., Condition XF+, damaged rim.
This satirical medal by Wittig Friesen, Deutscher Not und Schmach Taler / German Thaler of Misfortune and Disgrace is a real treat for all lovers of the Weimar Republic era.
France. Napoleon I Bonaparte, medal commemorating the Battle of Millesimo, 1796, Hennin 732, Bronze 43 mm, weight 37,75 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful bronze patina with luster.
A beautiful commemorative medal, a real gem in the collection of any enthusiast of the French Emperor, who in 1796-1797 achieved military successes in Italy, defeated the Austrians and the Sardinians and imposed peace on them at Campo Formio in 1797.
France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Gilded box medal, French Grenadiers, 1815, by E. J. Dubois, uniformed bust almost full face in bearskin headgear with pomegranate badge, GRENADIER FRANÇAIS, based on a legend in a civic wreath, A LA GLOIRE DES ARMÉES FRANÇAISES, containing 15 double-sided and 2 single-sided fiche (glued to the box), with details of battles, Bramsen 1700, Julius 3438, Pressler 885, Koch 2755, gilt bronze 48 mm, weight 19,12 g. , Condiltion aUNC. Extremely rare.
This exceptionally striking and rare medal pays tribute to the glorious grenadiers and their victorious battles fought between 1792 and 1814. Nearly 200 places are inscribed on the circular cardboard fiche inside the medal, along with dates where the French army triumphed.
France, Napoleon I Bonaparte. Medal commemorating the Battle of Raab, 1809, Andrieu & Dubois, Denon, Bramsen 854, Bronze 40 mm, weight 34,78 g., Condition aUNC, beautiful brown patina with luster.
Vatican, Paul VI (1963-1978). Medal struck on the occasion of the beginning of the pontificate,1963, by Kurt Bodlak, Vienna Mint, silver plated bronze 70 mm, weight 154,35 g., Condition aUNC, large and very impressive medal
France, Burgundy. Commemorative medal of the Agricultural Society of the Canton of Seurre, circa 1910
France, Burgundy. Commemorative medal of the Agricultural Society of the Canton of Seurre, circa 1910, Societe Agricole Syndicale du Canton de Seurre Côte-d'Or, signed L. Patriarche, gilt bronze 40 mm, weight 30,50 g., Condition aUNC
Belgium, Leopold II (1865-1909). Bronze medal 1873-1875 commemorating the opening of the prison in Ypres
Belgium, Leopold II (1865-1909). Bronze medal 1873-1875 commemorating the opening of the prison in Ypres (Maison d'Arret Cellulaire a Ypres), by G. Jehotte, Bronze 61,00 mm, weight 80,35 g., Condition XF+, nice brown patina with luster.